Brussels is about to experience the Grand Départ du Tour de France, the third largest sporting event in the world. The capital will welcome hundreds of thousands of cycling enthusiasts and curious people from all over the world.
During the team presentation and the first two stages, the streets of the race course and the caravan will be closed and prohibited from parking. Major disruptions are to be expected and it is better to leave your car in the garage, but Brussels remains accessible.
Brussels Mobility provides you with all the tips you need to plan your trips in and around Brussels, day by day, in line with the events of the Tour. To keep the party a party.
The routes of the Tour, the closed roads, the car parks, the transport offers, the alternative transport… all the solutions to move from 4 to 7 July in Brussels, to follow the Tour or for another reason are on https://granddepart.mobilite-mobiliteit.brussels/en
Press toolkits in NL and FR: https://granddepart.mobilite-mobiliteit.brussels/en/communication-toolkit